Stellar Media Coverage for Great Dundurn titles!

Stellar Media Coverage for Great Dundurn titles! thumbnail

Open Book Toronto featured an article called “Ebook fever at Dundurn.” And it’s true; we are heating up with a fever, because our titles are so hot!!

Fire on the Runway by Mel Bradshaw according to the Calgary Herald was the #1 Fiction Bestsellers in Calgary. We love too Calgary!

Marketing Magazine article “Call it a Comeback” is about the reinstatement of Music Express and it features Dundurn title Music Express by Keith Sharp

Buildings Cities Life by Eberhard Zeidler relieves an Omni blog article in Quillandquire.com

Dale Brawn, author of Practically Perfect had an interview with the Sudbury Star and a live phone interview with CKWR, KW Magazine.

The Crown and Canadian Federalism by D. Michael Jackson has a CBC Syndication interview, set to air August 28 and 29, 2013.  Are you going to watch it? I will!

47 Sorrows by Janet Kellough has a book feature in Prince Edward County’s own Countylive.com.  

Canada’s Road by Mark Richardson was the Ticket Tuesday book giveaway for CBC Radio Thunder Bay.

Kid Soldier by Jennifer Maruno receives an outstanding review in School Library Journal (US). She is praised because “Maruno creates a well-realized world for Richard and her readers in every setting she places him, be it the humid house where his mother does her laundry work or the tense scouting and air-raid scenes in England.”

James Bartleman, author of The Redemption of Oscar Wolf receives a profile mention in InsideOttawavalley.com

Terry Burke, author of Under the Blue Beret is interviewed by Belleville’s own Mary Thomas from CJBQ .

Winston Churchill and Mackenzie King by Terry Reardon was reference in the Waterloo Region Record opinion article “History Has Been Kind to Mackenzie King.”

Fortuna by Nicholas Maes was deemed by Resource Link “an engaging read for both the fantasy and historical genre. Recommended for recreational reading and literature study groups.”

A Brief Time in Heaven by Darryl Blazino was reviewed by Canoe & Kayak.com and praised for the books accessibility to readers, and Blazino’s genuine passion for all things canoe camping.—“It’s been more than 50 years since Ely, Minn.-based writer and game-changing conservationist Sigurd Olson’s The Singing Wilderness popularized wilderness tripping by evocatively describing the simple charms of canoe-camping in the Boundary Waters. In the same vein, Blazino makes the Quetico wilderness accessible to readers—creating enthusiasm and making a passionate, first-hand argument for the restorative powers of nature.”

 We are half way through summer, but our titles keep heating up!

 

*blog post written by intern Anoja Muthucumaru*

James Bartleman

Posted by AliciaE on December 6, 2014
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James Bartleman

James Bartleman is the former lieutenant governor of Ontario and the bestselling author of the novels As Long as the Rivers Flow and The Redemption of Oscar Wolf. A member of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, he is also a retired ambassador, an officer of the Order of Canada, and winner of the Aboriginal Achievement Award. He lives in Perth, Ontario.

Darryl Blazino

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014
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Darryl Blazino

Darryl Blazino has explored, camped, and fished on hundreds of lakes over the past two decades and spends nearly 50 days a year pursuing his love of the out-of-doors. His articles and photographs have been regularly published in The Boundary Waters Journal. He lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Mel Bradshaw

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014
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Mel Bradshaw

Mel Bradshaw studied English and philosophy at the University of Toronto and continued at Oxford. His first novel, Death in the Age of Steam, was shortlisted for an Arthur Ellis Award for best first crime novel. He lives in Toronto.

D. Michael Jackson

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014
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D. Michael Jackson

D. Michael Jackson was chief of protocol for the Government of Saskatchewan from 1980 to 2005. He is the president of the Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada and was appointed Commander of the Royal Victorian Order by Queen Elizabeth II in 2005. He lives in Regina.

Janet Kellough

Posted by AliciaE on October 30, 2014
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Janet Kellough

Janet Kellough is a professional storyteller who has written and appeared in numerous stage productions featuring a fusion of spoken word and music. Her previous books in the Thaddeus Lewis series are On the Head of a Pin, Sowing Poison, 47 Sorrows, and The Burying Ground. She lives in Prince Edward County, Ontario.

Nicholas Maes

Posted by Kendra on October 30, 2014

Nicholas Maes

Nicholas Maes is a high school history teacher and teaches classics at the University of Waterloo. His previous novels for young people are Crescent Star, Locksmith, and Transmigration. Maes' first Felix Taylor Adventure was Laughing Wolf, which was nominated for the Snow Willow Award. He lives in Toronto.

Jennifer Maruno

Posted by Dundurn Guest on October 30, 2014

Jennifer Maruno

Jennifer Maruno is a long-time educator and author. Her debut novel, When the Cherry Blossoms Fell, was shortlisted for the Hackmatack Award and the Pacific Northwest Library Association Young Readers Choice Award. She lives in Burlington, Ontario.

Terry Reardon

Posted by AliciaE on December 6, 2014
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Terry Reardon

Terry Reardon began his career in English banking, continuing in Canada. Bridging both countries sparked his interest in the relationship between Prime Ministers Churchill and King. A director of the International Churchill Society in Canada, Reardon is also on the editorial board of Finest Hour, the Churchillian magazine. He lives in Toronto.

Mark Richardson

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014
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Mark Richardson

Mark Richardson is the former automotive editor of the Toronto Star and is the author of Zen and Now: On the Trail of Robert Pirsig and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. He lives in Cobourg, Ontario.

Keith Sharp

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014
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Keith Sharp

Keith Sharp is a former sportswriter for the Calgary Herald who launched Alberta Music Express as a hobby in July 1976, going full-time with Music Express in 1978. Sharp also launched Access Magazine in June 1995. The native of Manchester, England, runs themusicexpress.ca and lives in Toronto.